June 10, 2017
We enjoyed our usual walk today at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
Beavers are starting to winterize their lodges.
Red-winged Blackbirds had fledglings lined up to be fed.
The resident Bald Eagle took up its usual perch to watch it nestling, while the other adult was nearer to their nest.
Great Blue Herons were busy at the Heronry.
Click below to see the Great Blue Herons.
Wild Iris were blooming in the distance.
A female Mallard brought her ducklings up to the Main Bridge and paraded them past us.
A female Bullock’s Oriole was seen in the far distance.
The Ospreys were tending to their nest.
Cedar Waxwings were seen along the way.
There were a couple of fledgling Common Yellowthroats waiting for the adults to attend them with beaks full of insects.
At the Lickman Road Dike, Lazuli Bunting were seen singing.
A Painted Lady Butterfly found some damp mud to stop in.
American Robins were seen on the fences.
Savannah Sparrows were singing from fence posts.
A White-crowned Sparrow sang from its favourite perch in a small Maple tree.
June 10 Cloudy 52F (11.1C)
We enjoyed talking to Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, as well as Kathy with Tula on the trails.
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